Contemporary Thought on Edmund Spenser

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INTRODUCTION
1. The five volumes of "The Proceedings" survive in the Milton Eisenhower Memorial Library of The Johns Hopkins University but no longer circulate because of their delicate condition.
2. In their general preface to the Variorum Charles Grosvenor Osgood and Frederick Morgan Padelford acknowledge the importance of Greenlaw to this work: "It will be the aim of the other editors to make the edition a worthy memorial to this distinguished scholar, though we know that it will suffer for want of his ripe scholarship, his sound judgment, and his literary acumen" ( The Works of Edmund Spenser: A Variorum Edition [ Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1932] I, v).
3. JEGP, 25 ( 1926), 283-98.
4. The Political and Ecclesiastical Allegory of the First Book of "The Faerie Queene" ( Boston: Ginn and Co., 1911); The Faerie Queene, Book I ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1915).
5. We thank the Indiana State University Research Committee for two grants for this book.
1. TREATMENTS OF THEME AND ALLEGORY
1. Edmund Spenser: A Critical Study ( Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 1917; rpt. New York: Russell and Russell, 1965), p. 48.
2. Hopefully, the history of the criticism of The Faerie Queene which Dr. Carolyn Burgholzer, Dr. Bernard Vondersmith, and I are writing will make full amends for these omissions.
3. The Complete Works in Verse and Prose of Edmund Spenser, ed. Alexander B. Grosart ( London: Privately printed, 1882-84), I, 304- 39; rpt. in Spenser's Critics: Changing Currents in Literary Taste, ed. William R. Mueller ( Syracuse, N. Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1959), pp. 108-27.
4. Edmund Spenser: An Essay on Renaissance Poetry ( London: Edward Arnold).
5. The Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine, 19 ( Nov. 1930), 8-31; rpt. in Spenser's Critics, ed. Mueller, pp. 166-86.
6. ( London: Edward Arnold.)
7. ( London: Oxford University Press.)

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